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  • ArcelorMittal Europe to produce ’green steel’ starting in 2020

     

  • Feeding a world in crisis

    Discover how we helped to meet the demand for canned food

  • Are canned vegetables as good as fresh vegetables?

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The Association of European Producers of Steel for Packaging (APEAL) is the federation of four multi-national producers of steel for packaging.

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APEAL to host free virtual event, Steel for Packaging Week, from 25 February to 3 March, announcing its new vision for recycling. Save the date!

Lakshmi N. Mittal to become Executive Chairman; Aditya Mittal appointed Chief Executive Officer

Illy is one of the world’s best-known producers of quality coffee for domestic use and the catering industry. The company’s premium coffee is packaged in tinplate cans which are made by ArcelorMittal customer OCM, an Italian producer of packaging solutions. The result is a high-quality can which protects the aroma and taste of the coffee inside.

“Steel has the potential to be made without carbon emissions. But that will not happen without the right policy". ArcelorMittal Europe announces details of the CO2 technology strategy that will enable it to offer its first green steel solutions to customers this year (30,000 tonnes).

Thanks to the iconic Jean-Paul Gaultier pin-up steel can, spanish canmaker Eurobox won two major awards: Best of category in Specialty & Fancy cans and Grand Award at the IMDPA Excellence in Quality Contest.

The COVID-19 crisis hit Europe at the beginning of 2020 and quickly concerns emerged about food supply chains. This led to a significant increase of the demand for canned food. To meet that demand, ArcelorMittal immediately put a plan in place to step-up production of steels while protecting workers and customers.